Posted by April Sperry on February 2, 2011 at 12:43 pm
THIS JUST IN:
So, although Harvard undergrads get no mercy from administrators (read: we’re expected to journey to class amidst a weather-pocalypse (no more a snow-pocalypse because it’s effing raining out)), other Harvard affiliated persons have gotten more lucky. Libraries have closed, offices have closed, and a few classes have been canceled. Not bad, right?
Here’s the kicker. ALL CLASSES ARE CANCELED TODAY AT THE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL.
Yeah, the future doctors get the day off and yet we undergrads are expected to trudge to our GenEd and Core classes. We’re not saving any lives here. In fact, we’re risking our own as we practically swim through the 6+in puddles of water and slush.
It’s a doozy out there. Has the College Administration not canceled classes with the hopes that the weather will produce bumped and broken students test subjects for the resting HMS students? Is this the plan? Conspiracy theorists back me up here.